Kolkata: Over 400 successful candidates in West Bengal’s School Service Commission (SSC) examination, sitting on a hunger strike over the last 26 days in the heart of the city to demand immediate filling of vacancies in the state schools, on Monday said they would continue their agitation until their demands are “adequately addressed” by the Trinamool Congress government. The candidates, who began their indefinite hunger strike on February 28 in front of the Kolkata Press Club on Mayo Road, also urged the state government to publish the full list of candidates who qualified in the SSC examination along with the details of marks obtained by them and notify the exact number of vacancies for teachers in the state-run schools. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari Puja Nearly 80 agitators, many of them women, have fallen ill while two would-be mothers suffered miscarriage and two more persons got infected by dengue during the hunger strike that is continuing for nearly a month, they claimed. “Today is the 26th day of our agitation. I have qualified in the SSC exam in 2016 in both written test and interview, but haven’t received any recruitment call so far. We want that the recruitment should start immediately,” Anindita Jana, a Political Science graduate from East Midnapore district, told IANS. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highway She also called for transparency in the merit list. “Also, the merit list published by the state government should contain the academic score and examination score mentioned and the vacancies in different schools till 15 days prior to our interview, should be updated. We will continue this strike until the government accepts our demands,” she said adding that many of the agitators are suffering from dehydration due to excessive heat as police are not allowing them to erect any temporary shade over the premises. State Education Minister Partha Chatterjee has already held three rounds of meetings with the agitators and formed a five-member expert committee headed by Education Secretary Manish Jain to look into the grievances of the teaching aspirants. Chatterjee has said that reply will be processed within 15 days but the agitators sounded far from convinced by the verbal assurance and vowed to continue the hunger strike. “The Education Minister came here on the third day and sought one month time from us to look into the problems. Now we are on the 26th day of agitation, so one month is nearly over. He has given us verbal assurance but we are not satisfied with that. We will continue our protests till we get a written assurance,” said Ashmita Das, another qualified candidate from West Bardhaman district. A number of leaders from topposition political parties including Left Front Chairman Biman Bose, CPI-M leader Sujan Chakraborty, BJP’s National Secretary Rahul Sinha and former Trinamool student union leader turend BJP joineee Shankudeb Panda have already met the protesters and urged the Bengal government to look into the issue. Former teachers and educational administrators have also joined the hunger strike. “We have come here to be with them and express our solidarity. We support their demands. Hope that the Education Department and those in charge of the SSC would come to some conclusion,” Alok Banerjee, former Vice Chancellor of Kalyani University, told IANS. “In any recruitment policy, transparency is the main thing. The full list of candidates who got selected in the entrance test should be published in public domain along with the complete details of the marks obtained in entrance tests. “However, the candidates here are receiving individual SMS regarding their selection and are being asked to collect their appointment letters. Such an arbitrary selection process should stop. It is a faulty process and it should be changed,” he added.
NEW YORK — American Express and Delta Air Lines are extending their credit card partnership through 2029, a significant extension of one of the larger financial partnerships between a major U.S. airline and a credit card company.American Express and Delta previously extended their partnership in 2014 for five years, at a time when AmEx was still recovering from the loss of its partnership with Costco. AmEx has partnered with Delta since 1996.The partnership means AmEx will continue to exclusively issue Delta credit cards. AmEx card members will get access to Delta’s network of airport lounges and be able to transfer points.AmEx will be paying Delta more per year for the partnership, up to nearly $7 billion annually by 2023 from the $3.4 billion paid in 2018.The Associated Press read more
The Chinese Government slammed US President Donald Trump saying the Trump administration has unilaterally adopted a number of trade protection measures, which might trigger a global trade war that would affect the whole world.China also noted that as long as it adheres to trade liberalization and economic globalization, Sri Lanka’s great dream of becoming an important economic center in Asia would surely be realized in coming years. China is willing to work together with all countries, including Sri Lanka, to safeguard the multilateral trading system, promote further development of economic globalization, build a new form of international relations and a community of shared destiny, so as to bring greater welfare and brighter future to the people of the world. “From a deeper perspective, how countries around the world respond to these challenges is a matter of principle: whether or not we will follow international trade rules, defend the multilateral commercial system, and promote economic globalization? We once again stand at the crossroads of human history, and have a major choice to make between openness and isolation, between progress and retreat,” he said today.He says it is gratifying to note that more and more countries, including Europe, Japan, India, and Singapore etc., choose to support trade liberalization and economic globalization in various ways. At the same time, many insightful people from the US political, business and academic community also came forward to explicitly oppose trade protectionism. The Ambassador said this fully demonstrates that economic globalization is still the trend in the world, and the “isolated island” of protectionism will eventually be abandoned by this wave. Cheng Xueyuan said that both China and Sri Lanka have benefited from the WTO and global trade rules, which have contributed to China’s reform and opening up, and also made Sri Lanka a jewel in the Indian Ocean.“Sri Lanka, with its unique geographical location, has always been actively participating in economic globalization. Under the guidance of the important consensus reached by the leaders of our two countries, the framework of the Belt and Road Initiative, and the tide of economic globalization, Sino-Sri Lanka pragmatic cooperation has developed rapidly. The comprehensive development project of the Hambantota Port has proceeded smoothly and Sri Lanka has added a new important portal to the outside world. The construction of the Port City Colombo is steadily progressing day by day, on which many overseas investors have shown strong interest,” he said.The Ambassador said that the Economic Corridors of Colombo-Hambantota and Colombo-Kandy are also set to flourish and with all these collaborative efforts, economic development of the island nation is expected to embark on the fast track. (Colombo Gazette) The Chinese Ambassador to Sri Lanka, Cheng Xueyuan said that the dangerous measures taken by the US of unilateralism and protectionism are very likely to seriously damage the global economy that is undergoing a difficult recovery, impacting on everyone, in one way or the other. read more
According to the UN health agency, “countries are spending more on health, but people are still paying too much out of their own pockets”.The agency’s new report on global health expenditure launched on Wednesday reveals that “spending on health is outpacing the rest of the global economy, accounting for 10 per cent of global gross domestic product (GDP).The trend is particularly noticeable in low- and middle-income countries where health spending is growing on average six per cent annually compared with four per cent in high-income countries. Health spending is made up of government expenditure, out-of-pocket payments and other sources, such as voluntary health insurance and employer-provided health programmes.While reliance on out-of-pocket expenses is slowly declining around the world, the report notes that in low- and middle-income countries, domestic public funding for health is increasing and external funding in middle-income countries, declining.Highlighting the importance of increasing domestic spending for achieving universal health coverage and the health-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO’s Director-General, said that this should be seen as “an investment in poverty reduction, jobs, productivity, inclusive economic growth, and healthier, safer, fairer societies.”Worldwide, governments provide an average of 51 per cent of a country’s health spending, while more than 35 per cent of health spending per country comes from out-of-pocket expenses. One consequence of this is 100 million people pushed into extreme poverty each year, the report stresses.When government spending on health increases, people are less likely to fall into poverty seeking health services. But government spending only reduces inequities in access when allocations are carefully planned to ensure that the entire population can obtain primary health care, the UN agency said.“All WHO’s 194 Member States recognized the importance of primary health care in their adoption of the Declaration of Astana last October,” said Agnés Soucat, WHO’s Director for Health Systems, Governance and Financing. “Now they need to act on that declaration and prioritize spending on quality healthcare in the community,” she added.The report also examines the role of external funding. As domestic spending increases, the proportion of funding provided by external aid has dropped to less than one per cent of global health expenditure. Almost half of these external funds are devoted to three diseases – HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria.The report also points to ways that policy makers, health professionals and citizens alike can continue to strengthen health systems. “Health is a human right and all countries need to prioritize efficient, cost-effective primary health care as the path to achieving universal health coverage and the Sustainable Development Goals,” Dr. Soucat concluded. read more
The match will be played at Lord’s and all the proceeds will be used to redevelop the stadia in the Caribbean that were damaged by hurricanes last year.The 17-year-old Lamichhane joins a star-studded line-up that also includes Eoin Morgan (captain), Shahid Afridi, Tamim Iqbal, Dinesh Karthik, Rashid Khan, Mitchell McClenaghan, Shoaib Malik, Hardik Pandya, Thisara Perera and Luke Ronchi against the ICC World Twenty20 champion side, which includes the likes of Samuel Badree, Carlos Brathwaite, Chris Gayle, Evin Lewis, Marlon Samuels and Andre Russell among others.The wrist-spinner claimed 17 wickets in six ICC World Cricket League Division Two matches in Namibia earlier this year in February and then followed up with 13 wickets in the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier in March to help Nepal finish eighth and with it earn ODI status until 2022.Success continued to follow Lamichhane when he became the first Nepal player to be picked in the IPL 2018 auction when he was signed up by Delhi Daredevils. He justified his selection when he returned figures of one for 25 on his debut against a Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore.“I am privileged to have been chosen to be part of the ICC World XI against the Windies. It is an honour for the entire country and passionate followers of Nepal cricket, as well as an indicator that we are making our mark on the international game,” the elated youngster said.“Training, sharing the dressing room and playing with some of the trendsetters who we saw on television while growing up is something I look forward to. This is an opportunity for me to learn and improve, and I am committed to cashing in on this.“What can I say about Lord’s, it’s the Home of Cricket, it’s a complete history of cricket and a dream venue for any cricketer. To play there in 2016 was a memorable occasion, which I look forward to reliving later this month. I hope I will continue to get opportunities in future which, in turn, will help me improve my skills as well as my country to strengthen its position on the world cricket map.”Meantime, Shakib Al Hasan has withdrawn from the match due to personal reasons and his replacement will be announced soon. (SportsMax) Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedAfridi likely to miss Windies vs World XI matchMay 18, 2018In “Sports”Hardik Pandya out of World XI T20, Mohammed Shami, Adil Rashid inMay 28, 2018In “Sports”CPL 2018: Nepalese young talent Lamichhane excited to be playing alongside Gayle, LewisJune 19, 2018In “Sports” Promising spinner Sandeep Lamichhane has been added to ICC World XI to play Windies May 31Promising Nepalese wrist-spinner, Sandeep Lamichhane has been added to the ICC World XI squad for the May 31, T20 International against the Windies. read more
SIPTU has called for left wing movements to unite in ‘the task of building a New Republic’, saying that with such unity the “issue of the bank guarantee would probably not have arisen”.Speaking at the grave of Alicia Brady, who was killed in the 1913 lockout and buried 100 years ago today , Union President Jack O’Connor said it was time to “abandon the failed strategy of basing public policy on individual greed” which has existed since the 1910s.“This is glaringly obvious in the continuing denial of the legal right to collective bargaining in this Republic to this very day, despite the fact that it exists in virtually every other country in Europe,” he said. We have to have a more rational strategy than standing aside and allowing working people to be battered into the ground in the hope they would follow us as a result of the experience.The union boss added that with more unity on the left and a “more vigilant trade union movement… the unbridled free marketeering Progressive Democrats” could have been prevented from entering government.“The majority shareholding of Eircom, the ACC, the ICC and the TSB would never have been privatised and speculation would never have been incentivised while innovation was starved” he said.The oration was also attended by Alicia Brady’s niece, Brigid Taylor.Read: SIPTU President says Labour are “battling at the gates of hell” >More: ‘ACC branch network should be used for a state investment bank’ > read more
IT HAS BEEN five years since the Waterford Crystal factory closed down, but the former workers are continuing to fight for their pensions.A trade union representing the workers said today it has accepted an invitation to refer the dispute over pensions to the Labour Relations Commission in the hope that a settlement can be reached.The case has been winding through the courts for years, and one person with knowledge of the situation said it was hoped that the LRC talks will be instead lead to a solution.“There’s still real hardship for families because of the closure,” Jimmy Kelly of Unite trade union told TheJournal.ie. “The financial [settlement] involved in this would be some alleviation of this”. Some 1,500 employees were left without jobs when the plant closed down in 2009.Last year the European Court of Justice ruled that the Irish State was obliged to step in and pay the pensions of some of the workers who were left with only a small fraction of their pension funds when they were laid off.It emerged when the factory shut that the pension fund that workers had been paying into was insolvent, and would only be able to cover between 18 and 28% of their pensions, leaving a major shortfall in what workers had expected.The case was due to be heard before the High Court next January in response to the ECJ decision, but in the interim, it has been referred to the Labour Relations Commission for mediation.Jimmy Kelly told TheJournal.ie that he believes this mediation will be the best opportunity to solve the dispute since the victory in the European court. “We’ve had behind-the-scenes discussions with the government through Tánaiste Joan Burton, and out of those discussions, we’ve agreed that [LRC chair] Kieran Mulvey would assess the situation and see if there’s grounds for a settlement,” said Kelly.He said the LRC would take a comprehensive look at the case put forward by both sides.“The government has to take into account that they’ve been told they’re in breach, they’ve now got to do the decent thing in terms of an acceptable settlement”.“The fact they’re moving in the direction of the LRC means they’re ready to do the decent thing”.He said that Unite will engage “fully and constructively” with the LRC process.The case will remain listed for hearing in the High Court in January unless and until a settlement is reached before the LRC, Unite said.Video: The devastating aftermath of the Waterford Crystal factory closure > Column: The future for pensions? Lessons to be learned from high-profile case… read more
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram As part of the GOCMV’s Greek History and Culture Seminar series, Dr Martyn Brown will give an insightful presentation on the ‘Politics of Forgetting – the New Zealand/Greek Relationship: 1941-1945’.Historical accounts from this period, along with public commemoration in New Zealand, cultivate the notion of a ‘special relationship’ between the Pacific and Mediterranean nations.Dominating memories are also stories of shared sacrifice and resisting the German invader in early 1941, along with aid given by civilians to New Zealand soldiers escaping or evading capture.But of course, there’s always more to the story. In his seminar, lecturer and research fellow Dr Brown will look at why the reality of this period was much more complex and filled with contentious politics; at its worst, Greeks and New Zealanders even killed one another. By bringing these realities to the surface and examining the ‘hidden’ history, he will shed light on New Zealand and controversies involving both the Greeks and Britain.How did New Zealand’s government and military leadership navigate a path through the quagmire of Greek-related politics? The situation became publicly acute when sections of New Zealand society began taking sides in Greek-related politics. Dr Martyn Brown will present a seminar on the ‘Politics of Forgetting – the New Zealand/Greek Relationship: 1941-1945’.Dr Brown has been researching the Greek-New Zealand wartime connection for 12 years and includes interviews and archives research in New Zealand, Australia, England, Greece, Germany and the United States. He is an Honorary Research Fellow with the School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry at the University of Queensland, and a lecturer in Information Systems at the University of Southern Queensland.The seminar will take place on Thursday 21 April at 7.00 pm at the Greek Centre (mezzanine, 168 Lonsdale St, Melbourne, VIC). Attendance is free of charge. For more information, visit www.greekcommunity.com.au/seminars or call (03) 9662 2722. read more
Pétrole : une marée noire continue dans le delta du NigerNigeria – L’ONU comme plusieurs ONG tiennent à alerter la communauté internationale quant aux fuites de pétrole continues observées dans le delta du Niger. Elles constituent une menace sur l’environnement bien plus catastrophique encore que la marée noire du golfe du Mexique.”La pollution dans le golfe du Mexique, c’est un ‘one shot’. Dans le delta du Niger, c’est pire car les déperditions de pétrole – qu’elles soient liées à des actes criminels ou non – existent depuis des décennies”, s’insurge Nicolas de Roten, un expert de Greenpeace en Suisse. Et d’ajouter : “C’est peut-être moins impressionnant, mais les déversements d’hydrocarbures au Nigeria se produisent sur de très grandes distances et ont des conséquences majeures pour l’environnement et les habitants de la région”.À lire aussiLes mégaséismes auraient un impact sur les sites d’exploitation de pétrole et de gazLes ONG écologistes ne sont pas les seules à s’inquiéter de cette situation, qui touche le delta du Niger depuis dix ans. Selon le Programme des Nations Unies pour l’environnement (Pnue), des milliers de kilomètres du delta sont souillés par le pétrole, les nappes phréatiques sont gravement polluées, tandis que les réserves de poissons sont “virtuellementanéanties”. Le pétrole “se répand dans l’estuaire depuis environ dix ans sans que l’on s’en préoccupe”, déplore Mike Cowing, un responsable du Pnue.9 à 13 millions de barils perdusL’équivalent de neuf à treize millions de barils auraient déjà pollué les eaux du delta et selon lui, ces fuites de pétrole sont pour leur grande majorité le fruit d’actes “organisés”. 90% du pétrole répandu dans l’Ogoni, au sud du delta, serait dû à des activités criminelles. “Les autorités du Nigeria doivent prendre au sérieux cette activité illégale qui, à mon avis, est organisée à plusieurs niveaux de la société nigériane”, souligne l’expert de l’ONU. L’enquête du Pnue, réalisée à la demande du gouvernement nigérian, devrait être rendue publique en 2011. Elle révèle notamment que le pétrole récupéré dans les oléoducs est vendu en petites quantités sur le marché local, mais aussi transporté par camion citerne en dehors du Nigeria.Le 11 septembre 2010 à 16:26 • Emmanuel Perrin read more
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Kahaani — the word evokes nostalgia, fantasy, thrill and a host of similar emotions. And one essential part of the days gone by is storytelling. A festival, that is to start in Noida today, is out to make us reminisce all those days gone by. Storytelling is now a lost art. In this context, Kahaani — which is being touted as India’s first festival of storytelling — is expected to add fillip to the dying art. ‘Kahani has been created as a platform to preserve and explore our oral traditions,’ says Sanjoy Roy of Teamwork Productions, the organisers. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’ The festival will include performances by the likes of Dadi Pudumjee of Ishara Puppet Theatre, Anupa Roy from Katkatha, Puran Bhatt from Akaar who will tell stories with the help of traditional puppets. Music, performances, puppetry and poetry — they are all the different mediums that will be used for storytelling. So Rene Singh will sing her stories (Ab Kahin Koi Gham Na Ho), Wide Aisle Productions will stage A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Saltbush from Australia will do a multi-media performance which will be a journey through Aboriginal Australia celebrated through dance, music, song and stories. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixOther than these performances, some of the storytellers and illustrators attached to Kahaani include Anita Mani, Prayag Shukla, Smita Vats, Atanu Roy, Subhadra Sen Gupta, Bulbul Sharma and Sachin George Sebastian. Some of these performers will also be conducting workshops on illustrations, painting, creative writing, percussion and making comic strips.’We are performing Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and attempting to make it more accessible for the younger audience without changing the language of the original play,’ says Anirudh Nair from Wide Aisle Productions. ‘Our performance will have different kinds of puppets made especially for children to tell them about climate changes that happen due to irresponsible human exploitation of natural resources. We will communicate the message through silence and the language of music,’ says Anurupa Roy from Puppet-Little Blue Planet. It sure is time to bring out the child in you.DETAILAt: Pathways Schools, Noida When: 17, 18 NovemberTimings: 11am to 5pm read more
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Then up stepped Dmitri Ternovsky, a blogger and sometime opposition activist, who was chosen to direct Seliger this year.“Occupy Seliger,” the name of this year’s session, is Ternovsky’s brainchild. His goal this year was to attract new participants to the camp, the same young people who flocked to the protests that arose after December’s fraud-tainted parliamentary election.The skinny 31-year-old was greeted with applause and started to announce the day’s events. But as soon as he whispered a few words about a discussion of electoral fraud, many in the audience started to boo.And for all his efforts, attracting the opposition to a place with such a pro-Putin reputation was a tough sell. Alexei Navalny, anti-corruption blogger and one of the most prominent faces of the opposition, immediately refused, as did most other pro-democracy activists.“Seliger is firmly, hopelessly associated with the Nashi movement, which has been completely discredited both in the eyes of opposition activists and by society,” pro-democracy activist Ilya Yashin told the newspaper Nezavisimaya Gazeta.One of the few anti-Kremlin guests to give a lecture at the camp this year was Ilya Ponomarev, opposition member of parliament and a leading figure of the street protest movement. New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths Sponsored Stories Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family But many question whether Seliger’s makeover is an attempt to constructively engage the opposition or co-opt a movement that severely rattled President Vladimir Putin with a wave of massive demonstrations over the past year.Recently passed measures such as an astronomical increase in fines for taking part in an unauthorized demonstration may do little to discourage protesters _ and even encourage more people to support the opposition. And Putin has shown tentative signs of trying to mollify the opposition without actually giving ground.Whether that thinking underlies the Seliger camp’s new image is unclear _ but the changes this year were striking.Inaugurated in 2005, the Seliger summer session for years were open only to members of Nashi, the pro-Kremlin youth group noted for its vehement devotion to those in power, and affiliated groups. The camp, located 350 kilometers (220 miles) northwest of Moscow, long had an iconography that some have likened to a neo-Soviet personality cult.“Last year there were only two portraits hanging on the stage: Putin and Medvedev,” said Margaret Drimluzhenko, 21, who attended her first session in 2011.Just one year earlier, in 2010, a group of campers pasted images of opposition leaders or human rights activists to Nazi hats under a sign that read: “You’re Not Welcome Here.” “Nashi members all know me because a few years ago my picture was hung on a pine tree to have darts shot at it,” he said.But Ponomarev said he was eager to attend the camp because he believed that the young, politically active members were ripe for genuine political discussion.“I don’t see a difference between opposition activists and activists for Nashi, except for the fact that those who are in Nashi fell into the wrong hands and have had a bunch of garbage beaten into their heads,” he said.Many young people have been attracted to the Nashi movement less out of ideological conviction than out of ambition, and Seliger provides a platform for young people to network and climb up the economic ladder.Elena Suchkova, 21, said she supported Putin because he brought “stability” to the country. But the young biochemistry student said she was at Seliger less for political reasons than to make “business connections, which you need for self-realization.”A smaller handful of campers said they had come to Seliger determined to engage in political debate. Alexander Trafimov, a graduate student in experimental medicine and an opposition activist, was at Seliger for the first time to discuss his views with other politically active young people. More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Comments Share “Navalny said he’s not going to play by the rules of the crooks and thieves, but I think dialogue is necessary,” said the 25-year-old. “There’s not a lot of us here with white ribbons, but we’re here and we’re talking.”Ternovsky said the unwillingness of opposition leaders to attend hurt the democratic process.“I think that in this case, everyone is using everyone, but it’s a fight that you have to take part in,” Ternovsky said.But many question whether a Kremlin-approved dialogue can be a genuine dialogue at all. And most of the guests to the camp have been members of the ruling elite who concede the importance of “discussion” without truly engaging in it.Putin, who visits the camp almost every year, arrived on Tuesday to speak with the campers. He was ready to moderate previous remarks about the protest movement, mentioning that “many patriotic people” were among the demonstrators.But Putin repeated that political progress would be slow and evolutionary, not revolutionary.“We already had that in 1917, and we know what came of that,” Putin said of the Bolshevik revolution that led to the Soviet Union. Associated PressLAKE SELIGER, Russia (AP) – The spirit of rebellion roiling Russia this year stretches even into the Seliger youth camp, an annual Kremlin-funded event that has long been seen as a training ground for truculent Putin loyalists.This year’s camp, which wrapped up Thursday, struck a different chord. Organizers encouraged opposition activists to take part, and cultivated an edgy vibe symbolized by a new logo designed by graffiti artist Banksy. Patients with chronic pain give advice Top Stories Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates But this year the banners glorifying president and party were gone, as were anti-opposition antics. Instead, the campground was dotted with the Banksy image of a young man preparing to toss a bouquet of flowers. The logo was painted in Putin’s least favorite color _ orange, the emblematic color of the 2004 Ukrainian demonstrations that rattled nerves in the Kremlin.“This year they got rid of everything (from before), so there weren’t even any hints,” said Drimluzhenko. “I don’t think it’s politicized. It’s just a possibility to come and discuss, to make friends and go somewhere from there.”At the start of each day, bleary-eyed campers flocked around a central stage to do fist-pumping aerobics. Some wore white ribbons _ the opposition’s symbol _ while others were dressed in T-shirts showing the yellow-black-and-white stripes of a 19th century Russian flag that is now a popular image for nationalists.On one recent morning, two men dressed as Cossacks, who symbolized fidelity to the Kremlin in imperial Russia, came to the stage and began fiercely cracking whips at each other, a characteristic demonstration of Cossack prowess. (Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy Four benefits of having a wireless security system read more
The Pros and Cons of Proposals to End Too Big to Fail Banks Minneapolis Fed Neel Kashkari Too Big to Fail 2016-04-19 Seth Welborn President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Neel Kashkari said in an address in February that he did not believe that Dodd-Frank ended “Too Big to Fail” and that while progress had been made, he believes that it still would be catastrophic for the economy if the nation’s biggest banks were to become insolvent.On Monday, Kaskhari, a former Goldman Sachs executive and a former assistant secretary of the U.S. Department of Treasury, updated an audience at the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce on the progress of the Minneapolis Fed’s initiative to end Too Big to Fail. Concerned that the status quo will lead to more taxpayer-funded bailouts similar to the ones the financial system experienced in 2008, the Minneapolis Fed is conducting a series of symposiums exploring ideas on how to end Too Big to Fail.Kashkari said his experiences from the crisis while running the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) that one of the biggest challenges the government faced was dealing with the spreading of risk between large banks.“Multiple large banks were under stress at the same time, and actions we might have taken to recapitalize one bank (by haircutting creditors or counterparties) could actually lead to increased stress at other banks as their creditors worried they too might face losses,” Kaskhari said. “In effect, a ‘run’ at one bank could quickly become a run at multiple banks.”In his February speech, Kaskhari outlined three possible solutions for ending Too Big to Fail that experts have cited: breaking up the large banks, substantially increasing their capital, and taxing leverage across the financial system. At the Minnesota Fed’s first Ending TBTF symposium on April 4, the first two of those solutions were explored.While higher capital levels would help banks to better absorb economic shocks, discussants at the symposium also noted that higher levels of capital could also result in higher costs for borrowers taking out loans and that higher capital levels could encourage the migration of risk from the banking sector—which is highly regulated—to the unregulated banking sector.Neel Kashkari, President and CEO of the Minneapolis Fed“As I listened to the wide range of views on the merits and costs of higher capital, it struck me that we could increase capital requirements in a straightforward way to address TBTF,” Kashkari said. “As we saw in my earlier comments about the behavior of legal structures in a crisis, there is a strong argument that simpler solutions are more likely to be effective than complex ones, so I see virtue in focusing on increasing common equity to assets, which seems the simplest and potentially the most powerful in terms of safety and soundness.”The presenter of the “Altering the Organizational Structure of Large Banks” portion of the April 4 symposium, Professor Simon Johnson of MIT and senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, presented the argument that large banks at the center of the U.S. financial system is a phenomenon that has come on only in the last couple of decade. Johnson also said there was little evidence that the growth of these large banks had any real benefit for the U.S. economy, an argument that Kashkari found “compelling.”Discussants on the panel noted that having many smaller banks instead of a few large ones is not necessarily less risky for the economy, and many of them expressed doubts on how easy it would be to implement a plan to break up the large banks if such a plan were to be implemented. Discussants also pointed out that large banks benefit the economy by providing economies of scale.“While there is a wide range of estimates of such benefits, they should lead to lower operating costs compared to relatively smaller banks,” Kashkari said. “I believe these scale arguments need to be thought of in the benefit and cost framework I mentioned before, as banks with scale may also pose significant risks to stability. But accepting it at face value, I worry that Dodd-Frank is adding to the advantage large banks have over small banks, given that complying with regulatory costs likely exhibits scale economies. We need a regulatory system that does not add to the advantage large banks have over small ones.”Kashkari said the costs and benefits of implementing a plan to end Too Big to Fail will also be carefully considered. Questions raised by the first symposium include whether proposals to end Too Big to Fail should be viewed in isolation or combined; whether the solutions will promote fairness between the regulatory burdens borne by different-sized banks; whether or not the solutions will merely push risk into unregulated areas of financial markets; and how effective the solutions will remain over decades, among other questions.The next symposium will be on May 16. April 19, 2016 578 Views in Daily Dose, Government, Headlines, News Share read more
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